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AB05 Miniature Bayonet Coupling Connectors

Product Introduction:

Wye Valley Precision Engineering manufactures the rubber component for the AB05 Miniature Bayonet Coupling Connectors.

Below is the specification for this connector:

  • AB05 connectors conform to the Stringent requirements of BS9522 F0017, and US Specification Mil-C-26482, series 1 solder and CECC 75 201 003.
  • These connectors feature 3-pin bayonet coupling or Alternative ‘push-pull’ version in shell sizes 10 and 12 quick release applications.
  • AB05 connectors offer economical lightweight solutions for interconnection needs in commercial and industrial applications.
  • Insulators are polychloroprene and provide excellent solvent and insulation resistance and environmental sealing.
  • Accessories include straight outlets, cable clamps, grommet sealing nuts, general duty adaptors and protective caps.

Typical Mating Connectors

Standard Data

Materials:

Shell: Aluminum Alloy
Insulator: Polychloroprene
Grommet: Polychoroprene
Contacts: Brass
Accessory: Aluminum Alloy

Plating Finishes:

Shell: Conductive, Olive Drab over cadmium plate
(Alternatives available on request)
Contacts: Gold over nickel
Accessory: Conductive, Olive Drab over cadmium plate
(Alternatives available on request)

Environmental Ratings:

Shock: 100g
Vibration: 10 to 5000 Hz long endurance, 30- hour at 10g
Acceleration: 50g
Humidity severity: 44 millibars

1 Connector Description and Terminology

Figure 1 Exploded View of a Typical ‘Plug’ Connector

1. Free Shell – Holds the insert.
2. Grounding Finger – Ensures RFI grounding when connectors are mated.
3. Coupling Nut – Provides cam force
4. Wave Washer – Provides the coupling force when mating and un-mating
connectors
5. Skid Washer – Retains the wave Washer.
6. Circlip – Retains the Coupling Nut to the Free Shell.
7. Insert – Retains & Insulates the Contacts.
8. Contacts – Crimped or soldered to the conductors.

AB05 Miniature Bayonet Coupling Connectors

Figure 2 Exploded View of a Typical ‘Fixed’ Connector

1. Fixed Shell – Holds the Insert.
2. Seating Face Gasket – Seals the connectors when mated.
3. Insert – Retains & Insulates the Contacts.
4. Contacts – Crimped or soldered to the conductors.
5. Bayonet Pins – Provides the method of mating the Connectors together.

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